I study biology at the University of Victoria (3rd year), and also take classes in astronomy and earth science. I’m a science artist, communicating the universe is primary purpose of my education. I do electron microscopy at the AMF, create 3D prints of biomolecules, make large posters of Hubble data and other scientific images, and render animations of the earth from the ISS and weather satellites. Right now I’m working on two art installations at the university (I’ll show you when they’re done!) and a set of diagrams for a genetics textbook. I’m an instructor at the Science Venture summer camp, and I’m starting an organization called ‘Art of Science’ to produce scientific media and do public outreach to get kids excited about the Universe. I also run this blog and Micro-Universe. That’s what I’m up to right now, although it’s always changing. It’s awesome to share it with you!
I’ll be providing Earth imagery from Elektro-L and GOES, movies at the atomic scale created with the STEHM, and perhaps some scanning electron microscope animations.